Balancing a Robot on a Ball
Servo Magazine ( 2019 Issue-2 )

Balancing a Robot on a Ball

By John Blankenship    View In Digital Edition  


Assume you have a mobile robot sitting on a large ball. Imagine programming the robot so that if the ball is moved, the robot will climb to the top of the ball and level itself. If building such a robot excites you, this article will demonstrate some key points to help get you started.

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